In a country plagued by poor public power supply, there is a constant stream of people looking to buy a smartphone that offers them the biggest possible battery. The Mobility Nigeria team has compiled the list of phones with 6000mAh battery that you can buy in Nigeria today.
Our list features only Android phones, as there are no iPhones with a battery capacity even close. So, this is totally an Android smartphone affair. Also, all of them support 2G, 3G, and 4G networks on MTN, Globacom, Airtel, and 9mobile. And they are all dual-SIM devices.
List of Android phones with 6000mAh battery in Nigeria
At the top of our list is the TECNO Pouvoir 4 Pro. You get a 7-inch LCD display, Android 10, and a MediaTek Helio P22 chipset. The massive 6000 mAh battery charges at 18W speeds. Its 6/128 GB variant sells for ₦83,000, but you can get the 4/64 GB variant for ₦68,000.
What’s the difference between a Pouvoir and a Pova? We can’t tell, but the TECNO Pova Neo has a big, 6000 mAh battery two. This time, you get a 6.8″ display, Android 11, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and regular charging speed. It sells for ₦74,000.
Next on our list of Android phones with 6000mAh battery is the TECNO Spark 7. It has a 6.5-inch display, runs Android 11, The 3/64 GB memory combination sells for ₦67,500, while the 2/32 GB variant sells for ₦56,500.
Infinix shows up on our list of phones with 6000mAh battery too. The Hot 10i is powered by the MediaTek Helio A25 chipset and runs Android 11. The screen is 6.52 inches in size. And the massive battery charges at 18W speeds.
Infinix Hot 10i comes in two variants. The 2/64 GB option costs ₦66,000, while the 2/32 GB variant costs ₦59,000
The last, and the most affordable, Android phone with 6000mAh battery on our list is TECNO Pouvoir 4. You get a 7-inch display, Android 10, and dual speakers, The 3/32 GB trim costs ₦57,000.
We have been asked if there is any available for ₦40,000. From what we can see here, you need a budget of at least ₦57,500 to obtain a phone with 6000mAh battery.
Where can you pick these smartphones from? Online e-commerce platforms like Jumia, Konga, and Jiji are good places to look. Phone stores like Swot, Pointek, and Slot also stock these models.
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